The Star Ledger was one of those newspapers.
An anonymous letter carrying vague threats against New York investment firm Goldman Sachs has turned up in the offices of additional newsrooms around the country, but federal investigators yesterday said they do not consider the threats to be credible.
The hand written letters were written in red ink on looseleaf notebook paper, and sent to as many as 20 newspapers.
The single-sheet letter said only: “Goldman Sachs. Hundreds will die. We are inside. You cannot stop us.” It is signed: “A.Q.U.S.A.”
Oddly, Goldman Sachs did not receive a letter.
The letters are being analyzed by FBI and U.S. Postal inspectors at the FBI crime lab in Washington, D.C., and at the Postal Service lab in Dulles, Va. It is a federal offense to send threats through the U.S. mail.
Are these letters somebody’s idea of a joke?
Found via Right Truth.